Old Hickory Furniture Company has been widely known for furnishing the lodges and great rooms in many of America’s State and National Parks, so it’s not surprising that this legendary rustic brand has found new fame on the Paramount Network series Yellowstone.
If you’ve been streaming Yellowstone and watching the drama unfold around the Dutton Ranch, you’ve likely noticed some Old Hickory pieces that truly set an authentic scene.
At Van Gorders’ Furniture, we’ve been carrying Old Hickory furnishings for decades. In fact, our family business is one of a select group of Old Hickory Premium Dealers authorized to bring this slice of American history to you.
These beautiful wooden doors feature nature scenes and wildlife, and they are made in Pennsylvania! Check out the Rustic Screen Door page on our website to see these unique doors customized with black bears, deer, pine trees, elk, fish, ducks, a heron, and even a replica of Lake Wallenpaupack.
It’s the perfect addition to your country home or rustic retreat!
Unique Home Accents
If you’re looking for something special to complete a room or complement your home decor, check out our Home Accents section. It features a selection of the many interesting pieces available in our 3 large showrooms.
From customizable wall hangings to lovely barnwood furnishings, there’s something for every room.
See What’s on Sale
One of the most popular areas on our website is our Clearance Page! We continually update it with furniture that is marked down and ready for delivery. Many of the quality brands you’ll find here are made in America.
Eighty-two years ago, Van Gorders’ Furniture began business as the Honesdale Furniture Exchange in the massive four-story building that still houses its flagship showroom. Today, that historic structure has entered its 150th year of service to Honesdale and the surrounding region.
Originally the National Hotel, the building still stands at the corner of Church and Sixth Streets. As reported by Gloria McCullough (Wayne County Historical Society) in the Wayne Independent, the large brick structure was originally erected in 1868 by William Weaver.
“The building was one of the largest single buildings constructed in Honesdale in the time period,” McCullough wrote. “An opera house with a large stage and two dressing rooms on either side occupied the second floor. The property included a brick barn that could accommodate 110 horses.”
Today, the former hotel is filled with the finest American-made rustic and classic home furnishings, as well as flooring products and Sealy Posturepedic and Stearns & Foster mattresses.
From providing lodging to becoming the premiere showcase for top quality home furnishings, the former National Hotel — Van Gorders’ flagship showroom — is still making history.
Enter to Win
To celebrate the building’s 150th Anniversary, Van Gorders’ Furniture will award a gift certificate valued at $150 to a lucky winner to be chosen at random through a contest hosted on our Facebook page.
Earn a chance to win by simply “liking” or commenting on our Friday, March 23rd post. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, March 28th. Deadline to enter is midnight on Tuesday, March 27th.
Stop by for a Power Browse
We invite you to stop by our Honesdale showroom for a look at the living history of the building that has served our region for 150 years.
These beautiful pieces are finely constructed by Amish craftsmen in Pennsylvania.
Truly, you can have it YOUR way! Choose your favorite wood species, finish and hardware to fit your preferences.
Our courteous staff are ready to help you choose the color, style, and size that fits your personal style and your living space. Most of our staff have been with our family owned business for many years. So when you ask a question, you will receive a knowledgeable answer.
Contact Van Gorders’ Furniture to learn more. Or, visit one of our big furniture showrooms for a power browse. You’ll find a unique selection of classic and rustic styles for every room of your home.